Tag: Scarlet Records

Vandor – On A Moonlit Night Review

Barring the self-titled historic release from the masters themselves, Helloween, 2021 has not been kind to the sunnier, slightly breezier corner of power metal. Sure, there’s been some stellar stuff in the form of Warrior

Sadist – Hyaena Review

Italy’s Sadist starting doing angly and jangly death/thrash back in the early 90’s that fit in comfortably aside more heavily spotlighted bands like Death and Atheist and Cynic, and you can hear those bands in

Natron – Grindermeister Review

There’s one of those memes going around that relates to awkward situations.  It starts “That moment when . . . “ and is followed by something potentially embarrassing. After repeated listens, it somehow felt apropos

Mpire Of Evil – Hell To The Holy

Mpire of Evil is a super-group of sorts, composed of former Venom members, the most notable of which is Jeff “Mantas” Dunn, Venom’s founding guitarist, who has been off the metal radar since leaving that band over

Necrodeath – Phylogenesis Review

In all my years, no one has ever said to me, “Dude, have you checked out this band Necrodeath? They crush!” For a band with over 20 years of history, that’s not a good sign (although

Spice And The RJ Band – Shave Your Fear Review

Originally written by Jordan Campbell It’s never a wise idea to stress out over a band name, as some of the weaker ones still manage to yield impressive results. (If you think Deströyer 666 or Dungortheb are cool handles,

Bokor – Anomia 1 Review

originally written by Jim Brandon The staff here pays attention to what is expressed in our comments section, and two things I’ve noticed that are often brought up as points of contention are 1) our